Financial Resilience

Making money is just one part of the multi-faceted process in which one can attain not only financial independence, but also financial resilience, which is the ability to keep a steady income, regardless of the surrounding context.

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Short Game versus Long Game

In more pompous words, this blog post could have been titled: “How To Focus On Long Term Goals, While Still Making Sense Of Your Day To Day Life”. Or, even…

Expectation Management

We learn all kind of things in school that I find either unnecessary (or easily retrievable from other sources, when needed), but we don’t learn things that are extremely necessary…

Bitcoin, Banks And A Bewildering Conundrum

10 years ago, an open-source project that nobody would have given any serious chances to, stormed the world. Bitcoin, a combination of cryptography, economics and peer-to-peer communication, became in just…

The Money Diagram

One of the perks of traveling is that you get to meet other people. I know it sounds funny, but, as Sheldon will put it: “it’s funny, cause it’s true”….

A Definition Of Wealth

In today’s world, wealth is linked to the amount of money you own (or control). The more money you have (or control), the wealthier you are. But it wasn’t always…

Perceived Value

There is no intrinsic value of anything. The value that we attach to things, situations, beings or processes is all subjective. (In order to make this clear, I used the…

The Population Of Actors

The population of actors in our formula can be defined -at the simplest level – by “a group of persons who can engage in interactions”. The Need And The Clinging…

The Continuum Of Interaction

Money doesn’t exist in and by itself, isolated from anything else, self-sufficient and immutable.  It’s a mental construct, but one closely related to another mental construct: time. In order to…